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missing at this summer the remains were discovered in shallow graves near indianapolis. sharon chin on what else detectives found. >>> the corner used dental records to identify one carlos valencia and roll the lobo's of san jose a man discover their demands two weeks ago buried in a wooded area near indianapolis, indiana >>> we chased their dog through the woods and my cousin took a step and i looked down and pulled him back there's some pants half a out of a hole and bones sticking out, we ran back and called police >>> justin blakely showed officers more >>> there was money scattered around the whole they did say it was not a robbery probably five hundred dollars in cash >>> detectives say one of the murdered men had head injuries relatives reported valencia missing two weeks ago and villalobos two months ago. it started as a missing persons case police in indiana lead the investigation >>> the bodies are located in their jurisdiction indianapolis they will conduct their investigation. >>> indianapolis police to not know how the san jose men knew each other are white in indiana o
a month apart there remains were discovered in shallow graves near indianapolis, indiana. and what else detectives found near the bodies >>> the coroner used dental records to identify one valencia and one villalobos of san jose a man chasing his dog discovered the remains across the country buried in an area near indianapolis. >>> he read out the door and chased our dog my cousin took one step and i looked down and there were pants half for out of a hole with bone sticking out we ran back to the house and called police >>> justin blakely showed officers more >>> there is money scattered around the whole they did say it was not a robbery there is about five and dollars in cash >>> detectives say one of the murdered man had head injuries relatives reported phalange gm missing two weeks ago and the lobos missing two months ago >>> i talked with a man who says he's one of the brothers did not know what job he had he was shocked to learn about the killing on the news. it started as a missing person case in san jose indiana police are leading the homicide investigation >>> the buyer is locat
newsweekly" is provided by the lily endowment, an indianapolis-based private family foundation dedicated to religion, community development, and edution. additioal fundinglso provided by mutual of america, designing customized, individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. the jane hensen foundation. and the corporation for public broadcasting. >> welcome. i'm bob abernathy. it's good to have you with us. for today's start of our 16th year on the air. president obama accepted his party's nomination for re-election at the democratic national convention in charlotte is week lat week our managing editor kim lauten reported on religion at the republican national convention. today, the democrats and religion's sometimes controversial role at their gathering. >> in accepting the democratic nomination, president obama sounded several religious themes. >> we draw strength from our victories and we learn from our mistakes but we keep our eyes fixed on that distant horizon, knowing that providence is with us and that we are surely blessed to be citizens of the
the specifics. ; >>> the bodies of two missing men were found in indianapolis. they were found on august 22nd in a wooded area of indianapolis. investigators say both men had suffered head trauma. the person who discovered the shallow grave said there were also several hundred dollars near by. >>> the family says the woman was pregnant with twins. the bodies were found inside their home on aferton streets. their 2-year-old son was in the house but was not hurt. family and friends identify the man as deshon asai and they said he was trying to take care of his growing family. >> i love him to death. my kids loved him. he was a good person as far as we know. and i don't know what happened and i just, i grieve for the family. >> reporter: no arrests have been made, two men were seen running from the house moments after the shootings. >>> one of the men shot by vallejo police officers early this week spoke to ktvu exclusively today from his hospital bed about what happened just moments before police opened fire. 21-year-old joe johnson has a bullet lodged in his lower back. his friend mario romero
in a backyarr in indianapolis. indianapolis.it came as quite a suprise to nikki schulz.... a young mom who had no idea that 60 marijuana plants were growing behind her house. turns out.....it was the indiana national guard...doing a drug bust. nikki was in a panic... until the troops told hhr what was happening. she says it would have been worse, if her little boy was home at the time. schultz says: " (covered with video of her soo): "i would have been even more scared, (on cam) because i really thought they were going to hii the house, (covered with a still of the chopper) and so i was running around frantic juut by myself so it would have een even worse with him (her son)." son)." as scared as schultz was...she still snapped those pictures... 3ocumenttng the "bust"... 3 33 3 "bust"... 3 3 in the 7th but the blue jays have the bases loaded and one out...see if the o's bullpen could hold the lead...next in sports unlimited... the car on the left was filled up with low detergent gasoline. the car on the right was filled up with bp gasoline with invigorate. which helps clean and
of an inch so . r 77 at winchester. 83 in fredericksburg. cooler temperatures in indianapolis at 75 degrees. left of isre what is it remains. way over theg our next couple of days. you can see that's been in the toward themoving east. arrived courtesy of a federal system that will lift and a warm front that n during the day tomorrow. unsettled weather on the way, looking at doppler radar -- had maryland. we have a storm developing the board at west there. you will see this over the next 15 to 20 minutes. a lighter showers into northeast d.c.. it's not going to amount to a lot. we could be looking at a similar situation later on tonight. pockets of heavy rain. here is the future cast -- highs struggling to make it to 80 degrees. showers and thunderstorms around into wednesday. by midday thursday, the skies be clear. here is the forecast for the overnight -- patchy fog during the early morning hours. tomorrow, it is not going to be pretty. e likely ands ar calls fored outlook the upper 80s. cooling down a tiny bit for the but sunshineend, on the way. some models indicate by saturday night int
. >>> be this for 46 for people are dead for another seven wounded after a workplace shooting in indianapolis through the run for 30 yesterday afternoon police received reports inside of a sudden making office. officers to evacuate the building and found the body of the shooter killed by a self-inflicted gunshot wound. did he at the anti has not been repealed. >>> this is not an everyday thing this is something we see on the news and other parts of the country. >>> three of the four surviving members are listed in critical condition. the motive for connection to the business is not yet known. police will dig up a driveway in detroit in the hopes of finding chautauquas remains. that's around the time the union leader was last seen alive. please do not expect to find hoffa's body. when the test to prove that something was buried near the home. >>> the nhl has know what that all of this year's preseason games. negotiators for the team owners and players union and plan to and resume talks today in new york. he talks will focus on secondary economic issues. as of now the sharks are scheduled to start the
at the rotation left of isaac. you can see the spin in the atmosphere. between st. re louis and indianapolis. towards the off east over the next 48 hours. clouds stick around for the day tomorrow along with imbedded showers and thunderstorms. n could est of the rai tuesday. doppler radar going ahead over to hagerstown and west virginia. this is where we have light nothing t this time, r this saw earlie evening over the district but orewarned, we could be same situation for the next couple days. future cast next 48 hours, a mix of clouds and rain and pockets of heavy rain, even a few rumbles of thunder as temperatures rebound to just around 84-85 degrees on tuesday. waking up tomorrow morning to patchy fog, 67-74. tomorrow, upper 70's to lower 80's and the outlook, will have temperatures upper 80's by the end of the week with more sun shine late ing more concerned y we may into sunda look for more clouds and r concern the bigge will be tomorrow and tuesday sday when to wedne heavy rains expected again atlantic. mid >> we'll keep watching it. hanks. we've seen a couple get married under
? >> well, you know, we have the colts in indianapolis. so we're kind of big on that. i was just trying to get you beaten up. >> if they can't be the broncos, you know, the colts are okay, okay? >> fair enough. >> they keep saying, hey, this year indiana might be in play to go to the democrats. i guess my first question to that is, really? and if i may have a follow-up, really? >> and my response is really. >> really. >> really. john kerry lost our state by 21 points. al gore lost our state by 16. the polls right now have it dead even in indiana. and that's primarily for two reasons. number one, barack's great strength. we've registered 150,000 to 200,000 young people, people turned off by politics. he's created a lot of energy and excitement. conversely, there's a lot of independents and even reasonable republicans who can't take four more years of what we've had. [cheers and applause] >> i'm not sure the audience agrees. has this convention played out in the way -- you know, we sort of sit behind -- and to me it feels so pro forma, because i'm so accustomed to the format. do we need t
by the lily endowment, an indianapolis-based private family foundation dedicated to its founders in christian religion, community development and education. additional funding also provided by mutual of america, designing customized individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. the estate of william j. carter. the jane henson foundation. and the corporation for public broadcasting. >>> welcome. i'm bob abernathy. it's good to have you with us. the republican national convention this week formally chose mitt romney as the party's candidate for president. that makes him the first mormon nominated for president by either major party. in his acceptance speech, the usually private romney opened a small window into his faith and practice. our managing editor kim lawton reports from tampa on the many ways in which religion played a part in the convention. >> in accepting the republican nomination for president thursday, governor mitt romney talked more personally about his religion than he has so far on the campaign trail. describing his background, romney speci
a shallow grave in indianapolis, indiana. police say the 39-year-old and 40-year-old were buried in the woods and were identified by dental records. the indianapolis star newspaper said both had head injuries and buried on top of each other. and police say several hundred dloors were found at the scene. >> now a $5,000 reward being offered to help find a 20-year-old lafayette man last seen two days ago near the sacramento river. he was taking part in a college tradition that features thousands of students floating on tubes and drinking. this video taken sunday during this event. friends say he had been drinking and authorities are using cadaver dogs in this search. >> this so called 16 complex fire burning northwest of sacramento burned 19 square miles and this is actually two fires near the city of williams. 23 homes and one commercial property are threatened. this is just 20% contained and evacuation advisory is in effect for liable lands in the area. >> happening now in sacramento, a judge just decided then governor arnold schwartzeneggar did not break the law by commuting the
moda hay m latinos de san jose en una fosa en "indianapolis". ---alguien les dispaÓ a muerte a ---alguien les "indianapolis".fosa en de san jose en una hombres latinos cadaveres de dos ---encuentran los robado.lleÓ en un yate secuestÓ a sus presuntamente familia presuntamente secuestÓ a sus dos hijos y se los robado. ---encuentran los cadaveres de dos hombres latinos de san jose en una fosa en "indianapolis".---alguien les dispaÓ a muerte a un hombre y una mujer en una casa de vallejo.aid---y "facebook" quiere abrir una pagina a nombre de un oficial cÍdo de la patrulla de caminos. >>> sigue luchando por su salud el cantautor mexicano joan sebastiÁn, que batalla contra el cÁncer. su primo dijo que la prueba que enfrenta es difÍcil, pero se espera que salgan victoriosos. >>> es una situaciÓn delicada, ¿no? pero, pues sabemos que Él, ahora si lo toma en serio, y pues, siempre sale adelante. y es lo que decÍamos a johan, que siga adelante. >>> asÍ es, el artista estaba bajo tratamiento para erradicar enfermedad que antes lo atacÓ en los huesos aquÍ estamos contagia
a 1-year-old child. >>> two homicide detectives in indianapolis have been assigned to investigate the death of two men from san jose whose bodies were found buried in shallow graves there. police there used dental records to identify the bodies of juan valu valencia and raul villalobos. police say both men suffered head injuries. investigators say a large amount of cash was found near the bodies. >>> the bay area father who's accused of kidnapping his two young children and sweeping them onto his stolen yacht is in jail tonight. christopher maffei is being held on $200,000 bail. investigators say he forcibly took his two children from their maternal grandmother's home in south san francisco on tuesday and then he set sail from a harbor in alameda. on friday, the coast guard and fbi began tracking the 40-foot sailboat. last night, the children were rescued just south of monterey bay, examined by paramedics and reunited with their mother. >>> to the race for the white house now, republican vice presidential nominee paul ryan was in the bay area this morning as part of his west coast
times by the bears chicago beats indianapolis 41-21. the saints against the redskins robert griffin the third was up and away this 88 yd touchdown tied the second on a scoring pass by quarterback making his nfl debut he has three scores washington over in new orleans 40-32. the giants and dodgers wrap up the series at at&t park. the a's looking for sweep in seattle after swept at home by the angels. he ties a career high with 10 strikeouts. that was plenty for that man jonnie gomes matches the three run homer in the fifth his 16th of the year, a's win it 4-2 and sit atop the wild-card standings just three and a half behind the rangers in the west. serena williams a busy month wins wimbledon, then winds olympic gold, hopes for the trifecta at u.s. open looking for a fourth u.s. open title in her white victorian as iran,. serena is storms back williams was 2 points from defeat she came back to when the last four games and the match 7-5 the first woman to win wimbledon and u.s. open same season. since she did it 10 years ago. the defending champion novak djokovec took the next three se
to do. >> we need lots to help through that. >>> this comes to us from wthr in indianapolis, indiana, there was a one-man tribute to the victims of september 11th. every year since 9/11 jimmy has stood along a highway overpass waiving a giant american flag. he takes a day off from work to keep the solitary tribute going. he's proud of the fact the flag can be seen up to a mile away calling it a reminder of our greatness. he describes himself simply as a humble messenger. >>> i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today," just your first stop today on your nbc station. >>> well, divers in the philippines have taken to the sea for a new kind of pilgrimage. about 40 people made the plunge to visit stone icons of the virgin mary and infant jesus. the statues sit 80 feet below the surface and were put there in an effort to stop the local dynamite fishermen who were devout catholics from destroying the country's only double barrier reef. >>> in finland, food lovers are going to different kinds of depths for a great meal. the country's newest pop-up restaurant is actually 260 feet undergr
the colts and chicago he threw four touchdown by also picked off three times. chicago beats indianapolis 41- 21. the saints and jonathan velma at the sidelines heisman trophy winner robert griffin the third was up under way 88 yds, the second longest scoring pass by quarterback making his nfl debut. three scores and 320 yds. washington over new orleans 30- 22. dodgers and giants wrap up business at at&t park the giants' lead 3-0 in the sixth. a slug for sweep in seattle. tom came along gave up two runs, no walks in six innings. jonnie gomes a three run jack, his 16th of the air a's win 4-2. they're on top of the wild-card standings only three back of the rangers. serena williams in one the wimbledon championship than gold medal at the olympics she looks for the trifecta at u.s. open, looking for a fourth u.s. open title in her wide cafetorium as a wreck up, as around as storms back and takes the second set. serena is comes back to win the match 7-5, serene in the first woman to win wimbledon and u.s. open the same season since she did it 10 years ago. bmw championship tiger woods on 16, the
of the last century. votes cast at the children's museum of indianapolis this summer rated transformers second, lego building blocks was in third place and barbie, she came in fourth. >>> and now here's a look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow closed at 13,333 after adding 9 points yesterday. the s&p was up 3 and the nasdaq gained 9. taking a look at overseas trading this morning. in tokyo the nikkei nudged up 35 points, but in hong kong, the hang seng lost 27. >>> stocks ended wednesday pretty much where they began as caution set in ahead of the fed's big announcement this afternoon. markets ticked higher early in the day after germany's high court approved the new eurozone rescue fund, clearing the way for europe's central bank to prop up spain and italy's cash-strapped economies. those early gains quickly faded though, as investors quickly shifted their attention to the fed. many investors are banking on fed chief ben bernanke to announce a fresh round of stimulus when the central bank wraps up its policy meeting this afternoon. >>> apple got a 1% boost out of the launch of
the convention speech governor romney traveled to indianapolis on wednesday and gave a speech before the american legion. >> reporter: off the campaign trail in new hampshire governor romney went to church near his home and began preparing for the upcoming debates. and this weekend his running mate, paul ryan got caught in the kind of slip of the tongue that has in the past tripped of joe biden and al gore with ryan telling a radio host he once ran a marathon in under three hours. in reality it took him much longer than that. ryan quickly owned up to the mistake. and for the first time president obama is weighing in on clint eastwood's convention speech. telling "usa today" he's not easily offended. he calls eastwood a great actor. in the meantime campaign aides tell me president obama is working on his own convention speech on the sidelines. >> kristen welker, thanks. on the trail in boulder, colorado tonight. we want to bring in two more members of our nbc news political team, chuck todd and andrea mitchell who join us on the site of the democratic national convention. chuck, let me start with
in a shallow grave half way across the country in indianapolis. police there used dental records to identify the bodies. both were reported missing a few weeks ago. police say both suffered head injuries and investigators say a large amount of cash was found near the bodies. >>> two years ago this weekend, pg&e pipeline exploded in san bruno and the aftermath was devastating. eight were killed and dozens of homes were destroyed. tomorrow the city will hold a memorial to mark the two years that passed since that blast. nbc bay area ar tour owe santiago has more. >> reporter: the anniversary ceremony will be held at san bruno city park tomorrow. that has a lot of people who live in this neighborhood extremely upset. they feel it happened here. their neighbors died here. they feel the ceremony should be held here. two years has not done much to heal some painful memories. heavy machinery and chain-link fencing are stark reminders of what happened here two years ago. this crestmore neighborhood was at the center of the explosion. >> we have eight homes that are completely rebuilt. eight families
to a developing story involving two san jose men buried in shallow graves in indianapolis. police identified juan carlos and valencia -- they were found august 22nd and just identified through dental records. their bodies were found after people searching for a dog discovered the shallow graves. both men were reported missing. >>> the search for a missing bay area college student has gone global. brett olson disappeared during a river float on the sacramento river. police are looking at reports that he was seen near chico after the float. friends, neighbors and celebrities are scouring the internet. 66,000 people have joined a facebook page dedicated to the search. twitter is also abuzz with celebrities showing support. >> he is someone's brother and son. and someone's best friend. and you know, it just hits home. >> dozens of posters have been put up in the windows in businesses in lafayette. >>> a growing trend in the south bay, parents dropping their kids off for class are targets. we all do it. we walk our kids in and come back to our car and a crook has taken your purse? >> yeah, the thieves
, indianapolis, two inches. we will continue to watch spotty areas of rain, in portions of ohio and extreme eastern portions of kentucky. so, what's next? this is the peak week of hurricane season. we always have one or two storms to track at this time of year. we have tropical storm leslie. this is a very slow-moving system. there's a dip in the jet stream is not going to pick the storm up. it's going to linger off the east coast for at least a week. so, if you're heading to the beaches of the next two, three, four, five days, the rip current threat will be great. also, the waves from the storm will be approaching the beaches. the surfers will love it. but if you're swimming with kids, the storm by saturday, could be over bermuda. bermuda could get brushed by this storm. we'll wait and see how that plays out. there's a couple of scenarios that bring this storm close to the canadian maritimes in seven to ten days from now. so, we'll watch it closely. it doesn't look like it's going to hit the u.s. but could see the waves from the storm come about ten days from now. as far as the forecast go
there and indianapolis and pretty nasty thunderstorms. gusty winds and a lot of lightning strikes. over 5,000 in the last hour alone and this is where we'll see the rain the next to days in a row. the boundary between the hot and humid air to the south and cooler air up in the great lakes. st. louis, columbus, lexington, kentucky and towards washington, d.c. and pennsylvania, not today. that will be tomorrow. tomorrow's forecast. another cool finish. boston to d.c. looking great. much of the east coast, a fantastic tuesday. where it's still hot in the 90s from dallas all the way back to phoenix and in the 80s from atlanta all the way through friday. we go throughout the beginning of fall. >> looks good to me. time for sports now. criticism of the nfl's replacement refs got hotter after a sunday full of sloppy officiating. last night's game between the sea hawks and packers have brought us to a breaking point. let's work through this together. and pick it up in the fourth. benson punches it in. he missed the two-point conversion so up five points at that point right there. first play of the ensuing seahaw
by the indianapolis colts. and he was so stunned that he couldn't even talk to him yet about coming to the broncos, that he just emotionally wasn't at that point. but boy, what a job elway did to sell him. >> al: they have to run one more snap. it's like going to a new school. hey, mom, hey, dad. i've got all these new friends. i'm a little nervous. he's the most popular kid in class right now. >> cris: unbelievable. what a performance. >> al: he anlsed a lot of questions tonight. i don't know what the rest of the year will bring. who knows? people wondered was he healthy? could he do? will he look the same? what's going on? what if he takes a hit? all that stuff. well, for one night, anyway, all "a's" in his new environment. michele is going to talk to him on our post-game show. he's congratulated by htodd haley. what a night. "wendy's post-game report" coming up next as denver wins it over pittsburgh. back after these messages. anncr: this casino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vo
, no problems. detroit, indianapolis, plenty of sunshine in the south and miami. our forecast closer to home -- temperatures should top off around 82 degrees. but tonight we could be looking at a couple showers. a cold front moves into the area. full detail and the extended outlook coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you. an emotional service this morning as the nation remembered astronaut neil armstrong. the worst -- the first man to walk on the moon. many went to the national cathedral. that is where we joined john gonzalez live at. >> the service just ended. this was the program that was handed out. now during the service carol armstrong was given the flood that was flown at half staff the day her husband died. >> a very public service for a modest man. 81-year-old michael collins was on the mission with neil armstrong gave a prayer. >>-- the earth that is beneath us. >> as hundreds filed and the national cathedral, we spoke with a logistics engineer was working on the aircraft. he brought with him a signed photo. on the aircraft, astronauts and former pilot, neil armstrong became the fi
. the dew points, that helped -- tells the story. is the indianapolis critics minneapolis -- minneapolis. tomorrow morning, when you get out, temperatures will be in the '80s. -- a.p.'s. into saturday afternoon, -- 80's. saturday on to afternoon, much more .omfortable patchy fog tomorrow as you go out and had to school. -- head to school. temperatures to mar will be close to 90 degrees. after that, temperatures dropped into the 70's. at least and monday, we can breed. a decrease in humidity. that.are excited about you. >> the orioles and yankees go to war. a brawl at national park. you think it was crowded on that at thesen floor, look president clinton: this election to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in innovation, education... and job training. it only works if there is a strong middle class. w
ridge. indianapolis and will make it to 84 degrees today. are warm air is coming from the midsection of the country. denver. front that will push our way. i will let you know what effect that will have, coming up. a cause of death report is culpeper today after the woman shot to death police earlier this year was found dead. maintenance workers discovered of 62-year-old gary cook yesterday morning. foul play does not appear to be a factor. neighbors are shocked by the death. >> after the incident with his saw him less. >> he said everything was going ok, but that it was hard for him. >> the officer that shot cook was fired. he faces a murder charge. cook filed a wrongful death lawsuit against police. 18-year-old marckel ross was walking to central high school early tuesday .orning investigators have no motives, leeds, suspects. his family and understand why anyone would hurt him. police are asking anyone with information to call them. several dogs were removed from the bethesda home after owner was found dead inside the. at 11:30und a woman last night on corsica drive. they removed s
... a indianapolis.it... came... as ... a shock... to... nikki schulz.... / a... mom... who had no idea... that... 60 marijuana plants... were growing &p...behind her house.../. turn out.../ . it... was... the... national guard.../ maaing... a... drug bust..../ nikki... told her... what... was happening..../she ... says... it... would have been worse,.../ if... her... little boy... was home ...at the time. schultz says: " (covered with video of her son): "i would have been even more scared, (on cam) becauss i eally thought thhy were going to hit the house, (covered with a still of the chopper) and so i was running around frantic just by myself so it would have been even worse with him (her son)." son)." as... sccred as schultz was.../ she ... still... took pictures.../ of... the "bust"... well... will we hold on to summer? or seeefalling temperatures this week? week? let's go to vytas for a look at the extended forecast. the orioles claim a share of first place...and no, you;re not heariig things..bruce cunniigham has full details n
. in the the spin atmosphere right between st. louis and indianapolis. this moves our way. clouds will stick around all day long tomorrow with some embedded heavier showers and thunderstorms. then tuesday afternoon to tuesday night, that's when we're expecting the whole system to move overhead. abc 7, live superdoppler radar, bailey's crossroads, old town alexandria, small cell moving reagan national airport, dumping a little bit of heavier rain and it's not look for ast long but and storms to pop up early tomorrow morning throughout the entire day. temperatures will struggle to 80-degree mark due to the cloud cover and armer for the day tuesday. upper 60's to middle 70's for nighttime low with patchy fog early tomorrow morning. otherwise, keep the umbrella handy. or activities, do picnics or barbecues planned, you might want to make alternative plans now. 78-83 degrees. outlook if tended you like warmer weather, wait until the middle of the week. clouds beginning to clear, upper 80 thursday, by friday, sun shine, temperatures around 83, 84 degrees. it is not yet over and we saw what's happening d
on an indianapolis home causing part of a woman's roof to collapse over her be.d the dog started bark. the woman and the dog were not seriously injured. fire crews were called to the scene. >>> a vermont man woke up to an unexpected site on monday morning. a bull moose was outside with a hoof on his car. the man grabbed his video camera, but the moose quickly changed the plans. he dropped the camera and made a bolt for it. the moose eventually had to be killed because it had a brain parasite. >>> organic produce cost more but is it healthier for us. >> and summer isn't even over yet, but retailers want holiday shoppers to start right now. how toys 'r us are planning to get us into their stores. mid grade dark roast forest fresh full tank brain freeze cake donettes rolling hot dogs bag of ice anti-freeze wash and dry diesel self-serve fix a flat jumper cables 5% cashback signup for 5% cashback at gas stations through september. it pays to discover. >>> we've all been there in the produce section wondering if organic is better. a finding shows they have no extra vitamins but there is a difference
to deal with that backlash. >>> this comes to us from wthr channel 13 eye witness news in indianapolis, indiana, where once again there was a one-man tribute to the victims of september 11th. every year since 9/11 jimmy has stood along a highway overpass waiving a giant american flag. he takes a day off of work to keep the solitary tribute going. he's proud of the fact the flag can be seen up to a mile away calling it a reminder of our greatness. he describes himself simply as, quote, a humble mess sener. i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today." just your first stop today on your nbc station. anncr: this casino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virg
wthr channel 13 eye witness news in indianapolis, indiana, where once again there was a one-man tribute to the victims of september 11th. every year since 9/11 jimmy has stood along a highway overpass waiving a gian american flag. he takes a day off of work to keep the solitary tribute going. he's proud of the fact the flag can be seen up to a mile away calling it a reminder of our greatness. he describes himself simply as, quote, a humble mess sener. i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today." just your first stop today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. very little change for us today. another beautiful start. take a light jacket or sweater. 51 in taneytown. 46 in frederick. lots of sunshine. high temperature in the upper 70's to around 80. the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> 54 degrees on tv hill. >> the teacher is credited for wrestling a loaded gun away from a student. the details in a live report. >> hundreds pair respect to art >> hundreds pair respect to art pay çc
snapper, justin snow, a former indianapolis colt. he replaces nick sunburg, a guy that is being harledded for his play. on a blocked punt at the end of the first half, he suffered a broken arm after getting caught between a player and helmet. you can see him grab his arm a little bit. he still came out and played the entire second half of the game despite the injuries, snapping the ball eight more times. sunberg said the pain knew what he had what he needed to do. >> look at yourself and see what you're made of. really was a test to myself. it was pretty terrible. i felt like i really didn't have another option. helping us out. my grandson has to play with a broken arm. >> you can't compare. the baltimore ravens in their season opener. the bengals by 30 points during monday night football. the bengals will be here for the skins home opener. you can see that game right here on wusa9. >> high school game of the week poll. here are your choices. u.s.a. today high school sports.net/dc increased their divisional -- they rebounded nicely by miami on sunday. impressive yet again. six innings,
endowment, an indianapolis-based family foundation dedicated to religion, community development and education. additional funding also provided by mutual of america. designing customized, individual and oup retirement products. that's why we're you're your retirement company. >>> welcome. i'm bob abernathy. good to have you with us. aas p as protests continued debates were front and center at the opening session of the united nations general assembly in new york. in a strong speech, president obama again condemned the video as an insult to muslims and all americans, but america rejects it. >> given the power and faith and passion that it can inflame, the strongest weapon is not repression, it's more speech. the voices of tolerance that rally against bigotry and lift up the values of uderstanding and mumpl respect. >> he called on world leaders to speak out forcefully against extremism. >> na brand of politics that pits east against west and south against north and muslims against christians and hindus and jews can't deliver on the promise of freedom. >> many arab and muslim lead
. a couple of showers by lawsuton. from st. louis all the way south of indianapolis along the ohio river. all those locations need it. the wet weather in new england, very light. areas in vermont, new hampshire, massachusetts currently. from new york city to washington, d.c., your best chance of showers will be late today. not so much this morning where it should be okay. the southeast looks all right. just your afternoon showers and storms down there. an umbrella day. some areas are appreciating it. that's a look at your national forecast, now here's a look at the weather outside your window. >>> philadelphia today, also a chance of a shower or storm. much better chance of rain by the pittsburgh area as we go throughout the morning hours. a gloomy weather period throughout the middle of the country. that's welcome. heavy rain heading for texas. rainfall appreciated. we're not in the summer or the heat. a lot of the crops are done. we still have a drought situation. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> coming up, reality hits wall street. home prices rise. california climbs on board with google's car
degrees. we'll stay in the 70s down through indianapolis. georgia, around 79 degrees today. we're looking for a beautiful day in nashville, tennessee, with highs topping out ashtd 80. that's your latest weather. >> not too bad out there. >> pretty nice. >> thanks. housing sparks, oil sinks, and mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the richest of them all? your early morning business headlines straight ahead. >>> plus, sound familiar? late nightclubing, driving, then an arrest. lindsay lohan's latest legal run in this time in new york city. you coming up, pen net races, history chases, and a fond farewell for one american coach. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by advil. make the switch to advil now. >>> very good morning to you. welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. a justice department report says there is no evidence that attorney general eric holder knew about the fast and furious gun operation. they were criticized for not preefg holder. >>> the highest ranking atomic energy o
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